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BioProcess Algae appoints new VP

October 11, 2013
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

bioprocessalgaeShenandoah, Iowa-based BioProcess Algae LLC has announced that Leslie van der Meulen has joined BioProcess Algae LLC as Vice President of Business Development. Mr. van der Meulen will oversee business and corporate development activities.

“We are pleased to have Leslie join the management team at BioProcess Algae as we continue to advance our Grower HarvesterTM platform for feed, food or fuel,” said Tim Burns, CEO of BioProcess Algae. “Leslie brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in all of our most important end use markets. He will be instrumental in leading our continued market development for BioProcess Algae’s products as our production platform continues to grow.”

Before joining BioProcess Algae, Mr. van der Meulen was Vice President of Business Development for Aurora Algae. Before that, he was Director of Sales & Marketing at Originates/Naturmega, a fish oil concentrate manufacturer. Mr. van der Meulen is active in the International Fishmeal and Fishoil Organization (IFFO) and the Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3 (GOED), where he serves as chairman of the board.

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